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Extract Daracard Value from Multiselection of People and Split Results

Hi Team,

 

I wanted to ask for your support with the following issue, I was able to extract the information needed using 

 

Concat(DataCardValue52.SelectedItems,Claims, ";")

 

However, using claims returned additional text which is.

 

i:0#.f|membership|jdoe@email.com

 

To extract the information that i needed "JoeDoe" I used the following formula (This only works by itself): 

 

Last(FirstN(Split((Left(Mid(DataCardValue365.Selecteditems.Claims,19,40),8)),"@"),1)).Result

 

I need your help in trying to aplpy the Last formula within the Concat to only return the Users email ID without the @email.com. Being the result: 

 

Jdoe; Jdoe1; User2; Admin1; Admin2.

 

 

I hope that someone can help with this issue,

 

Thanks, 


Daniel 

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Re: Extract Daracard Value from Multiselection of People and Split Results

Typically for the Claims portion I use:

 

Claims: "i:0#.f|membership|" & Lower(Combobox.Selected.Email)

 

I didn't test that with your scenario but hope it helps.

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Re: Extract Daracard Value from Multiselection of People and Split Results

Hi @rebeccas 

 

I did use that feature but the problem is that I am using a dropdown menu that is pulling all the names from OutLook, I need to be able to separate only a portion of the Claims fromt the multiple selection. 

 

Do you have any idea how I can do that?

 

 

-Daniel 

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Re: Extract Daracard Value from Multiselection of People and Split Results

Not right off but I will do a little testing and see if I can come up with anything.

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